BM Catalysts to showcase new SCR range at Automechanika Birmingham

Aftermarket specialist will also present ideas for a cleaner future

BM Catalysts

BM Catalysts will focus on the future at this year’s Automechanika Birmingham, as the aftermarket specialist shares insights on the latest technology and how it can help the industry to meet ever-changing legislation and standards.

Visitors to this year’s show will be able to experience BM Catalysts’ products, including its recently introduced Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR) references.

The SCR range has continued to grow in popularity, with considerably strong launch sales reported across the UK and Europe. The company has also committed to significantly increasing the size of its SCR portfolio, alongside its already established range of catalytic converters, diesel particulate filters and front pipes.

Mark Blinston, commercial director at BM Catalysts, said: “There is a clear need to continue investing and bringing awareness of new technologies to factors and their garage customers and Automechanika Birmingham offers the perfect stage to engage face to face with key aftermarket professionals and demonstrate our range of products.

“Demand for SCRs is only going to increase, as many of the newer Euro 6 vehicles feature this technology and will be entering the vehicle parc over the next few years. It is therefore imperative that the aftermarket is fully informed and has readily available access to high-quality SCRs.”

Visitors will also be able to receive more information on changes to emissions legislation, including the proposed changes to MOT testing on diesel vehicles, and the opportunities that are appearing within the aftermarket as a result.

With the global awareness of requirements to improve air quality for a cleaner future, BM Catalysts will continue to stress the need for the automotive aftermarket to clean up its act and clampdown on the use of poor-quality emissions control devices.

Blinston added: “Despite the 2030 ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in the UK edging ever closer, vehicles with internal combustion engines will still have a considerable life even after they can no longer be sold as new. Therefore, it’s important to constantly adapt and embrace technology to meet the market demands and tighter legislation on vehicle emissions.”

Technicians visiting the BM Catalysts stand will also have the opportunity for a hands-on experience into the level of detail involved in the company’s manufacturing processes, as there will be a demonstration jig on the stand, offering visitors the chance to assemble a catalytic converter.

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